'The way it is': documenting John Moores University School of Art and Design 2007-08 Home page
As a former Fine Art graduate of Liverpool John Moores, I undertook this documentary project to record the activities, atmosphere and architecture during the last academic year in which all four School of Art & Design buildings were used before the relocation of the School to the brand new Liverpool Academy of Art & Design. After being 'home' to generations of students, the following buildings were sold: 2A Myrtle Street (Fine Art), 68 Hope Street (Art & Design), the Hahnemann building, 42 Hope Street (Art & Design) and Clarence Street (Architecture).

The archive handed over to JMU consists of four A3 sketchbooks and three scrolls (featuring panoramic drawings): a total of 95 drawings and about 17,000 words, all created in situ and without correction. Access to the archive is by application to Special Collections and Archives at the Aldham Robarts Library.

A selection of these drawings were exhibited as the solo exhibition 'Lines of Perception' at the Unity Theatre in 2009, and was recommended in a review by Nerve magazine.
Painting in Studio 1.7 (2008)    

Studio 1.1 (2008)
Fashion Design Studio (2008)

Fashion Design (2008)
Print Studio (2007)

Print Studio(2007)